Minnesota Class AA power Duluth Denfeld blitzed St. Paul Academy 8-1 in a nonconference high school boys hockey game Saturday afternoon at the Heritage Center. John Scott (pictured above celebrating his first goal of the game) scored four goals and added three assists for the Hunters (1-0). HUNTERS EVENTS THIS
The amazing, incredibly hard-working Duluth Denfeld Shoreliners dance team practiced Wednesday night at Denfeld Gym, and Hunters first-year head coach Kaytlin Williams' sincere enthusiasm filled the historic venue. "The girls, who bring such powerful energy, are having super fun," Williams told DenfeldHunters.com at the end of the brisk workout.
Duluth Denfeld's boys basketball team wrapped up two days of tryouts today. The Section 7AAA contenders, who will seek to unseat two-time champion Hermantown this season, return their top eight players from a year ago,
Duluth Denfeld boys basketball coach Phill Homere on official preseason practices, which begin Monday: "Our players to watch are Aidan Altona and Marnaries Ferguson. It will also be a big year for Finnley Powell, Ethan Starstead and Deon Persaud-Davis. These guys might be my starters as we start the year.
Hunters boys basketball top assistant Duncan Gregory on Marnaries Ferguson, an ultra-elite 5-foot-10 point guard and northeast Minnesota's top junior prospect – "Man, that kid is phenomenal. It starts with his attitude and willingness to learn, and to admit what he doesn't know. Remember, this kid is just a junior and